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Shop for Sandy

With the Northeast struggling to recover from Hurricane Sandy, a number of fashion designers and retailers have rallied to help in recovery efforts, donating a percentage of proceeds to various relief organizations and creating one-off items. Check out our roundup of shopping sites and specialty items:

blog-sandy-relief-SoPo-Male2.jpgJake Levine’s “Selfless” t-shirt (above)
Architect and artist Jake Levine has created a SoPo (“South of Power”) tee, with all proceeds donated to hurricane relief efforts: (selflesstee.com, $20)

STYLEBOP
The luxury fashion e-tailer will donate 10% of all proceeds to the American Red Cross through Wednesday, November 7th. (stylebop.com)

Lifebooker
The DUMBO-based health and beauty online marketplace will donate 100% of profits on appointments booked through Wednesday, November 7th to the Brooklyn Recovery Fund, which aids storm recovery efforts in the borough. (lifebooker.com)

blog-sandy-relief-joanhornig.jpg Joan Hornig’s “Build Up The Giving” necklace (above)
All proceeds of the sterling silver “Build Up The Giving” mini-hurricane necklace will go towards the relief organization of your choice. (joanhornig.com, $80.22)

Reformation
The Lower East Side-based reworked vintage and sustainable clothing brand is taking 20% off all purchases (use code “refrelief” at checkout) through Thursday, November 8th. Ten percent of sales will go towards the American Red Cross. (thereformation.com)

Anthony Logistics For Men, Hair and Body Cleansing Gel in Blue Chamomile
The New York-based line of men’s skincare products will donate 75% of all online proceeds from one of their best-sellers, the aloe vera and sea-kelp infused Hair and Body Cleansing Gel in Blue Chamomile, to Hurricane Sandy relief. (anthony.com, $35 for the 32 oz. bottle.)

blog-sandy-relief-katelogan.jpgShen Beauty (above)
The Brooklyn-based boutique apothecary is donating 100% of proceeds of all Kate Logan products, like the cultish Brazilian Leg Gloss, to hurricane relief, straight through to Christmas. (shen-beauty.com)

Chantecaille Cosmetics
Olivia Chantecaille’s Manhattan-based luxury skincare and beauty line will donate 20% of all online purchase to the American Red Cross and ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), through Sunday, November 18th. (chantecaille.com)

Natori
Scoop up pieces from Josie Natori’s elegant lingerie and ready-to-wear collection on the New York designer’s website. 20% of all sales will go to the American Red Cross, through Sunday, November 11th. (natori.com)

blog-sandy-relief-proportional_940_foto2baja.jpgSebastian Errazuriz “I Still Love NY” and “Manhattan Blackout” t-shirts (above)
The Chilean-born, Brooklyn-based artist created his “I Still Love NY” and “Manhattan Blackout” tees by dip-dying the original tourist versions to resemble flood lines. All proceeds go towards hurricane relief efforts. (shopgreyarea.com, $40)

Mara Hoffman
The Manhattan-based fashion designer will donate 15% of all proceeds to the American Red Cross, through Thursday, November 15th. Use code “iloveny” at checkout. (marahoffman.com)

Gemma Redux New York
Known for their mixed-metal lapis necklaces and statement cuffs, Gemma Redux will donate 30% of all website sales to hurricane relief, thru November 20th. Use code “sandyrelief” at checkout. (gemmaredux.com)

blog-sandy-relief-dallalonna.jpg Dalla Lonna’s “Scatter of Sparkle” necklace (above)
20% of each purchase of Dalla Lonna’s “Scatter of Sparkle” portafortuna pendant will go to the American Red Cross. (dallanonnajewelry.com, $415)

The Coveteur
The Toronto-based fashion website, which recently added integrated shopping to its mix, will donate 100% of all e-commerce profits to The American Red Cross. (thecoveteur.com)

eBay
The auction site has set up a special page where you can shop for thousands of products to help various hurricane relief nonprofits. Just look for the yellow and blue ribbon. (ebay.com)

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